Microsoft will have some suprises in store during their Xbox reveal event, as well as the E3 event.
A recent job listing has sparked rumors that Sony could be developing voice recognition technology for their upcoming line of PlayStation products. A post discovered on LinkedIn sought candidates for a Speech Recognition Engineering Intern position, as well as someone qualified to work with "speech noise reduction, speech detection, recognition, noisy rejection, and grammar processing under various environments."
Gran Turismo 6 is coming to the PlayStation 4, though when is currently unknown.
Perhaps in an effort to undercut Microsoft's fast approaching console reveal, Sony has announced the next installment in one of their most successful franchises. Gran Turismo 6 has been officially unveiled with a target release window of "Holiday 2013."
Microsoft is allegedly dropping Microsoft Points in time for the next-gen Xbox as Sony Trademarks a phrase used in leaked promotional material.
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Sony Worldwide president Shuhei Yoshida has announced that the Share button on the PS4 can be disabled by developers.
Sony Music to release a Gloria Estefan album, entitled The Standards. Estefan will sing The Standards, first time at the New World Center in Miami Beach on May 16, 2013 prior to its official release on September 10, 2013.
We round up the hottest rumors for the PlayStation 4 and next-gen Xbox for the week.
A new report is stating that Microsoft is behind on developing titles for their upcoming system.
According to the PlayStation 4's lead system architect Mark Cerny, the upcoming next-gen system will have the best lineup of launch titles in PlayStation history. Cerny revealed the news in an interview with Gamasutra, where he stated it was due to the fact that developers were very familiar with the system's PC-based architecture.
It appears as though Gran Tusimo's Release Date may have been leaked on an Italian website.
Here is a list of the confirmed games for the PlayStation 4.
A hacker has been sentenced to a year in prison for helping to break into the servers of Sony Pictures Entertainment. Cody Kretsinger, a member of the hacker collective LulzSec, pleaded guilty in April of 2012 to one count of conspiracy and one count of unauthorized impairment of a protect computer.